Tonight will see the biggest super moon in a generation.
Tonight will be the closest the moon has been to Earth since 1948, according to NASA, who said it will appear bigger and brighter and won’t look this super again until 2034.
A super moon is when there is a full moon at the same time as the Moon’s orbit is at it’s closest point to the Earth – also called it’s Perigee - resulting in a moon that appears to be 12 – 14 per cent bigger than usual.
Although it won’t be as special as Monday’s super moon, another super moon can be seen on Tuesday, December 13.
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